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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 30., The Brooks Estates in Medford from 1660 to 1927. (search)
which in turn was torn down in 1915 to make way for the new development. The life of the Reverend Edward Brooks was characteristic of the period. The words of his son are well known, He was a high 3d.2. We have, then, in the one family, Capt. John Brooks, Lieut. Caleb, Thomas and the Reverend Edward Brooks all leaving hot-foot for Lexington. The diary of a British officer, MacKenzie, recent10 s 6d per Dozen, and his best old Stamp 12 s cheaper by the Dozen. As is well known, Rev. Edward Brooks died a sacrifice to his patriotism. While serving as chaplain on the American frigate Hao different members of the family and were probably unsettled and unused. At the death of Rev. Edward Brooks the land was appraised from seventy pounds an acre for that south of his house near the cose Episcopal clergymen. It was heroic and consecrated inheritance. The second son of the Rev. Edward Brooks was the well-known Peter Chardon Brooks. The era in which Mr. Brooks lived corresponded
arm, and has for its background the home of the Rev. Edward Brooks, which stood on the west side of Grove strenner today, or give them some. Another was the Rev. Edward Brooks. From his house opposite the old slave wal. To the minutemen Abigail Brooks, wife of the Rev. Edward Brooks, served chocolate. At nightfall her husbanme—5.00 P. M., April 19, 1775. Exterior of Rev. Edward Brooks' home on Grove Street, showing house. Under ts killed at Lexington.) Abigail Brooks. Rev. Edward Brooks. Her husband. Lieutenant Gould. Of the Kiny fortunate chance seen or heard aught of the Reverend Edward Brooks, my husband, this woeful day? boy. Reaup in huge white wrappings, is leaning heavily on Mr. Brooks' shoulder.) Abigail. My dear husband! You aref liberty. Lt. Gould (rousing with a shudder). Mr. Brooks, this is a most fateful day! Is it possible thatt's Day. Especially real seemed the return of Rev. Edward Brooks with the captured officer of the King's Own w